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  • Opposed to Eva-Mar development plans [Letter]

    This letter is in response to a reader's comments in the "Open Forum" of 18 April 2014, entitled "Irritated by the Eva-Mar Plans". Consider these issues in relation to the reader's concerns: • Traffic Congestion and year-round air pollution from...
  • Plenty of clutter cleared at Harford's Clear Your Clutter Day

    Plenty of clutter cleared at Harford's Clear Your Clutter Day
    Saturday was a perfect day for spring cleaning, and for many in Harford County a great day to clear their clutter. A steady line of cars rolled through the Harford Community College campus, as folks dropped off a variety of items, from paper to shred,...
  • First Fridays, Civil War Day, 5K run on tap in Harford this weekend

    Havre de Grace won't be the only happening spot in Harford County this weekend. Events are planned throughout the county, beginning with First Fridays in Bel Air and Havre de Grace, an American Civil War Day at Southampton Middle School, a 5K benefit...
  • 5K by the Bay in HdG fields 466 women runners

    5K by the Bay in HdG fields 466 women runners
    The Women's 5K by the Bay retained an international theme for its eighth annual running in Havre de Grace Sunday. Tezata Dengersa, a Turkish runner who lives in Washington, D.C., led the field of 466 women from start to finish. She opened a lead of...
  • Arena Club proposes to build training center behind Wawa on Route 22

    Arena Club proposes to build training center behind Wawa on Route 22
    Owners of the Arena Club near Harford Community College plan to build a 24,000-square-foot fieldhouse next to their facility on the busy Route 22. Club representatives say traffic impacts would be minimal from the new building, despite the highway's...
  • Harford man accused of killing mother told police they had fought

    Harford man accused of killing mother told police they had fought
    A 20-year-old Forest Hill man, accused of stabbing his mother to death Wednesday, will continue to be held without bond after a bail review hearing Friday afternoon. Isaac Anya Ojiabo Jr. has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of his...
  • Harford sheriff's gathers public input for strategic plan

    Harford sheriff's gathers public input for strategic plan
    The Harford County Sheriff's Office is developing a long-range strategic plan for the county's largest local law enforcement agency, its first such plan since the late 1990s. "We are looking for candor... If we're going to be successful in meeting the...
  • Child safety seat checks a way to prevent traffic deaths [Letter]

    Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of unintentional injuries and death among children in the United States. Many of these deaths and injuries occur because children are not restrained correctly when riding in motor vehicles. Experience at car...
  • David Craig: The State of Harford County 2014

    The following is the text of Harford County Executive David Craig's State of the County Address delivered to the Harford County Council on Feb. 4, 2014: Good evening Council President Boniface, Members of the County Council, and fellow citizens.  When...
  • Harford's legislative pages helping out in Annapolis

    Harford's legislative pages helping out in Annapolis
    Six Harford County high school are serving as student pages during the 2014 Maryland General Assembly session in Annapolis. This year's local page class includes Karly Horn of The John Carroll School, Natalie Hutcheson of C. Milton Wright High School,...
  • Craig challenges school funding critics, lists accomplishments in his last State of the County speech

    Craig challenges school funding critics, lists accomplishments in his last State of the County speech
    In his final State of the County speech, Harford County Executive David Craig reminded residents of his 8 1/2-year legacy of building schools, improving public safety and saving taxpayer dollars by making government leaner. "What do I hope people will...
  • Ice storm cuts power, closes schools in Harford; county opens shelters

    Ice storm cuts power, closes schools in Harford; county opens shelters
    Snow and freezing rain fell across Harford County late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning, causing more hazardous driving conditions, closing schools and leaving many homes and businesses without electricity. Lack of power problems persisted...